Who Jumped It Best? Stable View H.T. Intermediate Edition

Stable View Farm has been inspiring us all year with their bugger-on attitude in the face of all manner of disaster, from tornados to a largely canceled spring competition season. Hats off to Stable View owner Barry Olliff and his hard-working team for their positivity, community mindedness and forward-thinking innovation in the face of adversity. What a reminder that when in doubt, we must always keep kicking!

This weekend at Stable View was a celebratory one: the first USEA event post-quarantine. It was a busy weekend, with 270 rides across divisions ranging from Beginner Novice to Advanced — you can view final results here. Christine Rhodes kindly sent us a cross country photo gallery from the Training through Intermediate divisions, and as per tradition (ah, doesn’t tradition feel so good right now?) we are putting them to a “Who Jumped It Best?” reader vote!

The Open Intermediate division was won by Leslie Law and First Class on a final score of 27.2. Leslie also took second with Lady Chatterley, with Nilson Da Silva and Rock Phantom rounding out the top three.

Cast your vote in the poll at the bottom of this post for the combination who you think presents the best overall picture.

Liz Halliday-Sharp and Cooley Stormwater. Photo by Christine Rhodes.

Kyle Carter and Reddy or Not. Photo by Christine Rhodes.

Joe Meyer and Clip Clop. Photo by Christine Rhodes.

Buck Davidson and Cooley Candyman. Photo by Christine Rhodes.

Meaghan Marinovich Burdick and Riviera Lu. Photo by Christine Rhodes.

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